Alexander Funeral Home - North Chapel

4200 Stringtown Road, Evansville, IN


Roger Wayne Brammer III

March 4, 2000October 28, 2019

Roger Wayne Brammer III, 19, of Evansville, passed away Monday, October 28, 2019. He was born March 4, 2000 in Evansville. He was a member of First Pentecost Church in Evansville, and attended Central High School. Roger had the best sense of humor and the biggest heart. He loved sports, excelling in baseball, football and basketball, and enjoyed video games, especially playing Fortnite with his brother. On August 29, he married his best friend, Kacey Huggins. Roger was preceded in death by his grandfather, Roger Brammer. He is survived by his wife, Kacey Brammer; mother, Meredith Brammer; father, Roger Brammer; siblings, Hailey Talley (Kevin), Leah Brammer, Jacob Brammer, and Samantha Brammer; nephew, Aiden; niece, Paisley; grandparents, Dianna Hughes (Johnny), Rebecca Chandley, Darryl Chandley (Lisa), and Rebecca Brammer, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and his second family, the Browns. A Funeral Service will be 3:00 p.m., Saturday, November 2, 2019 at Alexander North Chapel, 4200 Stringtown Road. Friends may visit Saturday from 12:00 p.m. until service time at the funeral home. Condolences may be made online at www.AlexanderNorthChapel.com.


  • Kacey Brammer, Wife
  • Meredith Brammer, Mother
  • Roger Brammer II, Father
  • Hailey Talley (Kevin), Sister
  • Leah Brammer, Sister
  • Jacob Brammer, Brother
  • Samantha Brammer, Sister
  • Aiden *, Nephew
  • Paisley *, Niece
  • Dianna Hughes (Johnny), Grandmother
  • Rebecca Chandley, Grandmother
  • Darryl Chandley (Lisa), Grandfather
  • Rebecca Brammer, Grandmother
  • He also leaves Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and his second family, the Browns to cherish his memory.


  • Visitation Saturday, November 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 2, 2019


Roger Wayne Brammer III

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Jennifer Morgan

November 2, 2019

Mary I'm so very sorry for you and Roger III loss.
My heartbreak's for you.
I've only heard amazing things about your son- what an amazing young man he was- although I only met him once almost 4 years ago- I remember him very well for his smile that would light up any room.
You will forever have Roger as your gaurdian Angel. Many prayers for you two as well as His wife siblings grandparents and the rest of family and friends.

Ruth Porter

October 31, 2019

'Dodger' was the sweetest boy you would ever want to meet. Rest in peace and out of pain. God Bless

Kacey Brammer (Loving Wife)

October 31, 2019

Roger Wayne Brammer III,

You are my husband. Meeting you completely changed my life around, but in the best way possible. We’ve both taught each other so very much over the short time we’ve know each other. Our relationship quickly progressed, way faster than it should’ve had to, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. You were diagnosed a month and a day after we got together, but I didn’t turn my back on you or walk away. Why? I didn’t, because my heart knew what it wanted. It wanted you. My soul knew you were it’s mate. You are my other half... my better half. Losing you is the most difficult thing I have ever had to deal with, but you were in so much pain it wasn’t fair to you to stay knowing how hard it was. You have been my rock for so long and I’ve been yours. You would always press your head to mine and look me in the eyes and say... “You’re my rock. Okay? I need you.” I would always say, “I know baby. I need you too” then we’d both say we love each other. We started a thing. One was kissing each other goodnight and saying we love each other every night. The other was hugging each other at least once a day. I can’t believe I’m typing this out, but I’m thankful we did that, because your time here on this Earth was short enough and unfortunately the time we had was so short too but I’m thankful for all that we’ve done together and all the wonderful memories you’ve given me. You’re the biggest blessing in my life. I’m sad you’re no long with me physically but through Aiden we have seen many times you are here. Roger, my baby two... you are my light. My world. My love. My one and only. My heart and soul. You are in our hearts forever and always.

We love you baby boy.

Madison Ricketts

October 31, 2019

You were such a gentleman to Kacey and the love you shared was unbreakable. I remember the wedding day you were so nervous but so excited not that you told me but that I could see. You wasn’t feeling well during pictures and you got sick and apologized a million times, you were so strong for not your sake but everyone else’s. I don’t have a lot of memories with you except the fact that you kept the most amazing young lady I know full of spirit. Rest easy and may you rest and let god take charge. Always remember you’re missed and truly loved down here.

Katie (Klem) Lowe

October 29, 2019

It breaks my heart to know that such a pure soul is gone too soon; although I know that you're in a better place than the one you left behind. Growing up, you, Hailey, and I were inseperable. As we got older we may not have been good at keeping in touch, but you and your family had a huge impact on my life and the person I became. I remember how involved you and Hailey were in sports and how much I royaly sucked at all things sports. It was always you that motivated me to participate, solely for the fun of it. You always assured me it didn't matter if I was good at it or not, just that I was included. I remember when I battled self harm, you and your family were my biggest motivators to stop inflicting pain on myself. You gave me so many heartfelt speeches on how life was too precious. You'd be proud to hear how long its been. I am grateful that my husband and I ran into you and your mother at the gas station, and I got to meet your beautiful wife. It was a blessing to be able to see you at least one last time. Your mom used to always sing Godspeed by the Dixie Chics to you.. So Godspeed, Dodger. You are loved abundantly.

Katie Smith

October 29, 2019

I never really knew you personally. But what I did know about you, was that you saved one of my best friends from this crazy thing called life. You flipped her world upside down and made her the happiest girl in the world, and for that, I am thankful. Thank you for choosing her. May you rest in piece and never have to feel pain again.

Michelle Jackson

October 29, 2019

I'll never forget the ball of energy you where just as a little boy you where humble and kind and full of life and had the best parents ever. Rest easy man